Thursday, June 2, 2016

Preschool Game Recommendation for Going Out to Eat

About a year ago, we got a small sample version of the game Spot It Jr. in a kid's meal from Chick Fil A. The way it works is, you have a deck of cards that each have a combo of pictures and symbols on them. You turn over two cards at a time and any two cards will have one matching item on them. The goal is to be the first one to spot the match. It quickly became a go to game I kept in my bag for when we would go out to eat. I recently "upgraded" to the real version of the game from Amazon for $9.99. If you're a mom to a preschooler, get this game! It's comes in a small can that you can toss in your bag and you can easily pull it out at a restaurant when your kid gets bored coloring with the crayons and kids menu that they're given! There are a few different versions on Amazon, including a letters and numbers version which would be great if you're working on recognition.

M and J playing at Chuy's the other night...

The box said ages 4-7, but M has been happily playing since before she was 3. If they can recognize the pictures, they can play!

No one paid me to write about this game! It's just been a big hit for us, and I wanted to share! I did use Amazon affiliate links.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the recommendation! I ordered it for my 4 yr old, aND she is loving it! We also like Wiki Stix for restaurant entertainment.